At Brightfind we take hiring seriously. Our employees must be smart, yet willing to learn more; confident, yet willing to venture outside of their comfort zones, and ambitious, yet willing to step in to help with minute tasks. They must embrace our collaborative culture while also being able to work independently. And when Brightfind meets such talent, we know we have to earn their employment.
When it comes to writing RFPs, there is a process I follow:
- Stare at a blank Word document.
- Google how to write an RFP.
- Click on a shoe ad.
- Click back to the RFP search.
- Walk to get coffee.
Before issuing an RFP for a new CMS and web design, it’s important to ask yourself these 5 questions. After quizzing yourself, it is time to get to know potential vendors. Ask about their company, processes, and relationships before making a commitment. Their answers will enable you to choose wisely.
Brightfind loves PersoniFest. As Personify’s first and oldest partner (too soon for a shameless plug?) we’ve attended almost all of them. Last year we wrote about the top things to do while attending the conference. We decided to re-create the blog for 2017 when we realized last year’s blog was spot-on, so here’s an updated version or ICYMI, a brand new one.
The mere thought of an RFP for a content management system (CMS) and web design is overwhelming. Before you hit pen to paper, or fingers to keyboard, you have to do your homework. Start by asking the following questions:
We took a look at Brightfind’s highly viewed blogs, heavily attended events, and most downloaded resources, to compile a round-up of the topics that most interested you in 2016.
Brightfind is pleased to announce Al Osifade has joined the Brightfind team as the Manager, .NET Development. Al brings with him great experience in software project management, requirement analysis and technical leadership. He has worked in the association industry since 2004.
Last week professionals gathered for the inaugural Brightfind World Usability Day. This half-day summit gave attendees the opportunity to concentrate on providing their constituents with usable and accessible websites.
When it comes to ASAE events, my dance card is pretty long. Thanks to our friends at YourMembership, I recently had the pleasure of attending one of all-time my favorites—‘The Power of A’ Summit Awards Dinner. This is not your average awards dinner complete with long speeches and over-cooked chicken. Instead, it is a sold-out venue full of incredible professionals who truly believe in the power of associations. The event showcases associations who have gone to great lengths to create positive change in both the industries they serve and the world at large. As if that is not incentive enough for attending, there is also a dessert bar.
I’m embarrassed. As someone who is passionate about both marketing and helping others, my worlds were not colliding.
Recently, I worked with Brightfind’s Senior User Experience Designer Nina Amato to put on a webinar entitled Accessibility & 508 Compliance Explained. This subject matter truly piqued my interest. The event was designed to educate people on how to ensure their websites are accessible to all regardless of disability status. This webinar was going to better the world!